According to Dumontier are classified into type I: pure radiocarpal dislocations and type II: fractures-dislocations or associated with other injuries. We present the case of a years-old male patient, presenting a radiocarpal dislocation Dumontier II, with volar soft tissue injuries type III B Gustilo Anderson associated with an old distal radioulnar joint dislocation.
Surgical treatment consisted of antibiotics combined, tetanus prophylaxis, debridement, fasciotomy, open reduction and external fixation, decompression of the median nerve and Z-plasty of cutaneous defect.
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